Clovis Blade Technology: A Comparative Study of the Keven Davis Cache, Texas
Around 11,000 years ago, a Palcoindian culture known to us as "Clovis" occupied much of North America. This book offers the first comprehensive study of a little-known aspect of Clovis culture - stone blade technology. Michael Collins introduces the topic with a close look at the nature of blades... Expand and the techniques of their manufacture, followed by a discussion of the full spectrum of Clovis lithic technology and how blade production relates to the production of other stone tools. The second part of the book provides a full report of the discovery and examination of fourteen blades found in 1988 in the Keven Davis Cache in Navarro County; Texas. This book will be important reading for both specialists and amateurs who are piecing together the puzzle of the peopling of the Americas.
Location: Pflugerville, TX